{Giveaway Hop} 2015 Dreaming of Books

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2015 Dreaming of Books Giveaway Hop
January 16th to 26th

What books are you dreaming of?  The books that I dream of are usually the ones that really leave a lasting impression on me.  The novel causes me to think about it for days and days.  So do you have that book in mind?

Lately, I’ve been thinking hard about Never, Never by Colleen Hoover and Tarryn Fisher.  I’m intrigued by the efforts of joint authorship and can’t wait to read this book!  So A Leisure Moment is giving away an Amazon gift card. Be sure to grab your self a copy and have a little bit left over.

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Best friends since they could walk. In love since the age of fourteen. Complete strangers since this morning. He’ll do anything to remember. She’ll do anything to forget.

 


 

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118 Responses to “{Giveaway Hop} 2015 Dreaming of Books”

  1. Anita Yancey

    Yes, I felt that way when I read Invisible by James Patterson a few days ago. Thanks for having the giveaway.

  2. Lee Todd

    really didn’t want The Flesh Cartel series to finish
    thanks for the giveaway

  3. Karen Elizabath Bainbridge

    The one that kept me dreaming about it was Pauline Creeden’s Chronicles of Steele: Raven the heroine was both heroic and compassionate, she left me wanting more and hopefully there will be because it ended with a cliffhanger, at least that was my impression! I loved it and hope there are more books about Raven

  4. Chivi Soler

    The Naked Sun by Isaac Asimov.. it’s a classic, I know. But I had never read anything from this author and it was just amazing!

  5. Cali W.

    Thanks for the giveaway! When I read the infernal devices by Cassandra Clare, I didn’t want it to end. :)

  6. Mary Preston

    I re-read THE HARRY POTTER Books recently. I was sad to leave that world – again.

  7. Glogirl

    I’m reading Miracles Happen (Chicken Soup for the Soul) and am loving it!

  8. Judy Cox

    I just finished Gone Girl and it was so interesting and so many scenarios that I hated to see it end. Now wanting to see the movie, to compare them.

  9. Zed

    Honestly, I can’t remember a book that’s left me dreaming about it in a while. The last book was Outlander but there are so many in the series that I’m on book 4 now.

    • A Leisure Moment

      Well…since we are being honest…as much as i love the Outlander TV series, ive only read book 1. I have the others on audio. One day I’ll get to them :)

  10. Barbara VW

    Nearly Hanging On by Lynn Red. Love all her shifter books but really love her Jamesburg Shifters.

  11. Ingvild G

    I have reread Divergent by Veronica Roth, and it is sooo good! I can hardly believe Insurgent will be in the theatres in March!

  12. Marta K

    If we talk about sagas… The Mortal Instruments had me wondering when I finished the book. I want more to know what happens next!

  13. Joanna P.

    It was a reread for me, but The Hobbit is just such a lovely book. I had to read it again after seeing the last movie. And that song from the end credits, “The Last Goodbye” – I keep listening to it on repeat.

    • A Leisure Moment

      I’m going to admit. I did what I said I would never do. I watched the movie before reading the book! But my oldest said that the book is much better, which always tends to be the case, so I’ll get to it one day!

  14. Amanda D

    There have been 2 recently. Big Little Lies by Liane Moriarty and Die Again by Tess Gerritsen. There were both excellent reads!

  15. Natalie

    I just re-read Anne of Green Gables series and I wish there were more books!

  16. Trix

    Kristina Wright’s A PRINCESS BOUND anthology surprised me that way.

  17. Judith R.

    I just finished Dexter’s Final Cut by Jeff Lindsay. The title of the book gives me the impression that it’s the end of the series.

  18. Shelby

    Yes Please by Amy Poehler…I absolutely loved it! I could have gone for lots more stories and knowledge from that smart lady! 😉

  19. Isa

    I read and love A Song of Achilles, it was amazing. I loved the devotion between Achilles and Patroclus. I can’t get it out of my head, I just want to reread it. Thank you for the giveaway, enjoy your day. :)

  20. Joye

    I just finished reading EARL’S JUST WANT TO HAVE FUN-Shana Galen It was soooo good

  21. Kristen Noel

    Silver Shadows by Richelle Mead! I’m so ready for the release of The Ruby Circle next month!

  22. DOrothy Teel

    Most everything by Stephen King, leaves me wishing it had never happen or can it happen, love his books

  23. Anne

    I haven’t read anything that was that great, but I recently really enjoyed The Unforgiveable Fix by TE Woods and Owl and the Japanese Circus by Kristi Charish.

  24. Jan Lee

    I’ve been reading the This Night Trilogy and while I wouldn’t want all of it to come true, most of it I’d love to have happen and never end :)

  25. Laura J

    Oh it has been a few years since I have read, and just starting it back up again!!! I am so excited! So, I am little out of touch right now with books! Sounds like so many new good ones to read!

  26. Linda Trinklein

    Sweet Evil – Wendy Higgins… LOVE LOVE LOVE it!
    Thank you so much for the chance!

  27. Rachael K

    Sabotaged by Dani Pettrey was spectacular. I could have handled an additional 300 pages.

  28. Sue A.

    It’s been some time since a book has had that much of a hold of me…

  29. Marnie Ward

    The last book that left me dreaming and wishing the end never came was “Death in Emily 3” by Preston Holtry.

  30. Kelly Nicholson

    Which book have you read recently that has left you dreaming about it and wishing the end never came?

    none really…ill say gone girl

  31. Stacy

    I did not want Anna and the French Kiss to end! I really loved that book!

  32. Tara Woods

    I did not want Return of Malice by j Hendon to end. I love this trilogy and wish it could have continued.

  33. latisha depoortere

    Bloodlines series by Richelle Mead I’m so ready for The Ruby Circle!

  34. Meg

    I really didn’t want A Dollhouse to Die For to end. Thankfully the third in the series just came out a couple of weeks ago. Thanks for participating and thanks for the chance to win.

  35. Sabrina

    It’s been a while since I loved a book that much, but Sorrow’s Knot by Erin Bow had such wonderful worldbuilding and characters that I was indeed quite sad when it ended!

  36. Erika

    I think The Duff or Stone Cold Touch might have been the last book I couldn’t put down and didn’t want to end! thanks!

  37. MonaG

    Devil’s Lake by Aaron Paul Lazar and Lovesick by Spencer Seidel
    Thanks :)

  38. Miranda Wood

    My go to book that I have read over and over again is The Hitchhiker’s Guide To The Galaxy. Anytime I’m feeling down it never fails to pick me up.

  39. Patty G

    I am ashamed of this but it was my first time to read the first Harry Potter book and it’s the best!

  40. Alina R

    Anything by Ilona Andrews, it’s so hard waiting for the next book!

  41. Jen B

    I read Hostage to Pleasure by Nalini Singh, although it doesn’t really have to come to an end as there are several more books in the series.

  42. Seyma Shabbir

    I enjoyed Feed by Mira Grant and As the World Dies series by R. Frater. Both left me wanting more.

  43. Daniel M

    actually haven’t read much at all lately, i’m out of new things

  44. K Davis

    It’s been so long that I cannot remember. I think it was by Susanna Kearsley.

  45. Judy Schechter

    I so loved Damocles by S.G. Redling and for me it ended way too soon!

  46. heather c

    It’s always me and Pride and Prejudice. I might have been a Jane Austen stalker to get her to do continuous follow-ups had she lived forever.

  47. Jamie

    I can’t really say that there is a book that I wish would never end. After all, I want to know how it all turns out but One series I wish was longer would be The Testing. I wanted more to the world to kind out what happens after.

  48. Jaime Lester

    It is seriously surprising that this book that was never on my radar, and just happened to be a library pick with a good cover and synopsis that I ended up LOVING! Thorn Jack by Katherine Harbour, book 1 in the Night and Nothing series. It completely blew me away. And I also have to mention the last book I finished. Rites of Passage by Joy N. Hensley. One of the most incredible books, and no doubt it will end up as a favorite for 2015!